Gemma showed off her sequin walls around the pool (Picture: Rex/Instagram/gemmacollins)
Gemma Collins is clearly having a green-fingered moment as she continues to lavish care and attention on her garden – and this time, she’s doing it in her own OTT GC style as she installs sequin walls in her garden.
As the former The Only Way is Essex star informed her followers that she ‘can’t get to Mykonos with work commitments so I’m bring[ing] it to me [sic]’, she showed off one of the sequin-spangled walls she was having installed around her massive swimming pool in the grounds of her £1.3 million pad.
As the silver and turquoise sequins glittered in the sun, Gemma exclaimed: ‘Costa del Collins is coming together!
‘Guys, only I would have a magnificent swimming pool like this. It’s going to look incredible when it’s done, and I can’t wait to show you.’
Showing off the ladies behind the Solaair Sequin Walls business carrying out the work for her, the 40-year-old’s excitement was evident.
‘Oh yeah baby,’ she said, ‘I can’t wait to get in this. I’ve not got in until the sequins are up.’
Gemma’s intention was to bring a bit of Mykonos to her back garden (Picture: Instagram/gemmacollins)
The walls really caught the light of the sun (Picture: Instagram/gemmacollins)
And we would expect nothing less of the star.
Sharing the that her swimming pool was a world first, Gemma was keen to show it off from all angles on her Instagram account, revealing clearly at one end of the pool that her initials ‘GC’ were picked out in silver sequins on a turquoise background, while the rest of the pool walls featured a random chequered design.
The Dancing on Ice participant has also recently invested in trees and shrubbery for her garden, sharing photos of the huge eight-foot spiral conifers she had delivered, as well as large circular buxus balls in pots.
This comes as the Towie star previously told fans of the struggles of keeping up the grounds at her stunning home, since she discovered that the garden was so massive that her hose could not reach the trees on the far end.
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